Theres A Question Mark Hanging Over The Apostrophes Future

The Wall Street Journal- May 15, 2013

The U.S., in fact, is the only country with an apostrophe-eradication policy. The program took off when President Benjamin Harrison set up the Board on Geographic Names in 1890. By one board estimate, it has scrubbed 250,000 apostrophes from federal maps.

If any punctuation mark is stolen,
I’d prefer it was the semi-colon.

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